Networking

Siemon showcases Intelligent Infrastructure Management solution

Delegates at the seminar saw how MapIT G2 may be integrated into high performance category 6A Z-MAX and 10Gb/s XGLO Optical Fibre system. When housed in Siemon’s VersaPOD data centre cabinet with Zero-U vertical patching, MapIT G2 offers the best value performance solution for centralized data centres. The system is also supported by copper and fibre trunking cable assemblies, small form factor MTP fibre Plug and Play, and other high density modules.

The seminar was well attended, drawing a wide array of regional network infrastructure professionals and integrators from over a 20 influential companies. The highlight of the seminar was a hands-on exercise where attendees could experience the exceptional simplicity and speed of Siemon's Z-MAX patented termination process and compete to be the fastest to terminate the connector. The fastest termination was done by Mr P K Aristo of Wincomm, who was presented with a gift by Mr. Lee Funnell, Siemon’s training and support manager for EMEA.

On the second day of the seminar the installers were taken through a fast track Distributor Listed Installer (DLI) training programme, summarising the standards and termination best practices for both copper and fibre.

Commenting on the success of the seminar, Aunally Maloo, CEO of Mart Network Group, said, “There was a huge amount of interest in the new innovations demonstrated in Dubai. The audience appreciated Siemon's high performance systems with Intelligent Infrastructure Management and the ease of installation of this sophisticated networking. Siemon’s commitment to providing customers and partners in the Middle East with the solutions and support they need was well demonstrated, allowing customers to maximise the return on their infrastructure investment.”

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